Showing 1 - 10 of 337 Stories for Alpine Skiing
A big winner on the Lake Placid slopes may well be little Liechtenstein, which has produced not just one Wenzel, but two. Andy and Hanni, a brother and sister ...
They Saved The Best For Last
Led by its astonishing Alpine skiers, the U.S. closed with a rush at Sarajevo, winning three golds in the final four days
Wild and Crazy Guys
Canadian downhillers take inspiration from a quartet of daring Canucks who put the country on the map in skiing
Smooth as Clockwork
So strong are its men and women skiers, the team from Switzerland may come close to a clean medal sweep
The Alberto-ville Games
Alberto Tomba and friends made Italy forget soccer for a day
The Swiss Golden Boy
It's conceivable that Pirmin Zurbriggen, the big cheese on the Swiss team, will win a record five gold medals
Bet on Eric and Beth
It has been a secret for months: the 1980 U.S. Olympic speed skating uniforms will be gold. What a morale raiser and motivator, what a ...
The Tlalka twins, Dorota and Malgorzata, left their native Poland to make sweet ski music for France
Simple, lightweight ski gear—and sturdy legs—is all that is required for touring
Even boots for mountain touring remind one of early Alpine skiing in America. ... The Marker Steckbacken clamp can also be used to convert downhill skis into ...
YUGOSLAVIA'S ELAN SKIS, FIRST USED TO DEFEAT NAZIS, ARE WORLD-BEATERS
It's one of the world's top five Alpine ski manufacturers. No. 1 is Rossignol, with an annual output of 1.8 million pairs. The next four spots are shared by Elan, ...